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PostSubject: Cathay Pacific Vintage Planes   Wed May 23, 2012 2:27 pm


Our Catalina 'flying boat' used on services to Macau in 1947-48, the aircraft carried up to 23 passengers at a cruising speed of 120 mph
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Our 'grand old lady', a war surplus DC3 named Betsy, our first plane when it was founded in 1946.This picture of Betsy shows her returning to Hong Kong in 1983.
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Portraits of our DC6, which servied us from 1955-62, they carried around 60 passengers at at a cruising speed of 285mph. — [You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]

With a cruising speed of 575mph and room for 154 passengers, the Boeing 707 was our biggest and most powerful aircraft to date when it entered service in 1971.
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The wide-bodied Lockheed L.1011 TriStar, which entered service with us in 1975. It had a cruising speed of 580 mph and could carry 281 passengers. It was used on regional services in Asia and has been replaced by Airbus A330-300s in the mid 1990s.
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The Royal Hong Kong Police Band celebrating the arrival of our Boeing 747 passenger aircraft in Hong Kong on 31 July, 1979
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he Boeing 747-200Bm with a cruising speed of 595mph and a passenger capacity of 408. [You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]

A 747-200 on final descent into Hong Kong [You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]

The B747-300, with the extended upper deck joined us in 1985
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B747-400
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